Check out camoflage - camo - fabrics. There are hundreds upon hundreds of patterns and colors ranging from nature to digital to abstract. Keep an open mind. Camo fabrics offer much more than the old military patterns we grew up with.
Matching camo fabrics are made in numerous weights of cordura, netting,stretch lace, nylon, headliner, sheeting, cotton duck, twill, denim, rip stop, fleece, flannel, cotton sheeting, canvas, and lovely decorator weight
cottons for upholstery and drapes. The typical cost of decorator weight
cottons average about $10 per yard which is a huge savings compared to $60 per yard of designer (RV) decorating fabric. I've seen patterns available in 600 Denier PVC coated polyester for $9 per yard. Use it for a water resistant wheel cover or a camping table cloth.
Lura's Fabrics offer a good selection as well as many other online fabric stores. Other sources are EBay and the actual camo pattern manufactures; Realtree, Rockywoods, Mossyoaks, True Timber, and many others. There is a caveat - the camo manufactures print their logos on the front side of the fabric, typically very small and not noticeable.
Camo fabrics don't phase in and out based on design industry whim. The same patterns can be available for decades. Then, of course, there are matching accessories and vehicle wraps so you could coordinate the outside of your egg with the inside::
Gawd, I love being a girl.